• “A remarkable performance . . . The ghost of Marilyn Monroe cries out in these pages.” —The New York Times “Convincing evidence of a crude but effective cover-up which was designed to protect Robert Kennedy.” —The Times Literary Supplement

  • "I knew and admired Marilyn's husband Arthur Miller. . . . [Marilyn] was a classic example of 'borderline personality disorder', filled with despair, terror, and rage . . . an eternal damaged child. . . . She was a genius, a sorceress who could stimulate the world's sexuality and still seem innocent, turn on a light and become 'Marilyn Monroe’. And she has become eternal. This is the most believable, useful, book of all the books about her.’ —Harvey Wasserman, former Professor of Psychiatry, Yale University College of Medicine


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